HRM Asia talks to some of the leading HR thought leaders on how organisations can make a successful transition into 2021.
After a largely difficult and uncertain 2020, HR faces the challenge of reinvigorating employees, as well as helping their organisations develop strategies that will ensure success in 2021.
Australians need to change what, when and how they learn to prepare for the workplace of the future.
The prime minister urged the country’s youth to be prepared for the opportunities that lie ahead as startups grow in Tier-II and Tier-III cities.
Trade and industry minister Chan Chun Sing said equipping workers with skills for the future is crucial in managing wage disparity in the country.
The country aims to teach 5,200 vocational students per year to meet the estimated future demand of 200,000 robotics-trained workers by 2024.
Labour chief Ng Chee Meng said the job market is expected to show signs for optimism next year, but some sectors would still stay in a slump.
Rachele Focardi, a global thought-leader, highlights the importance of intergenerational collaboration.
Programmes offered by SIT allow those already in the workforce to gain deeper skillsets and knowledge.
The changing environment calls for a transformation in how we think about learning, and acquiring the ability to adapt.
In his new book, Dr Bob Aubrey highlights the importance of human development as a professional field.
The management team from Ramada and Days Hotels by Wyndham Singapore shares insights on their organisational approach during the pandemic and beyond.
A research paper posits that workers who are very talented will lose motivation if they are evaluated fairly, because they can outperform with lower effort.
MIS has been awarded the HRM Asia Editors’ Choice Award for Best Corporate Training Provider.
A*Star researchers will provide technical expertise to companies and help mentor SIT interns.
PM Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said the country’s technology-based agencies and companies must be headed by leaders who are technical professionals.
Women formed only 20.9% of managers in 2,486 organisations in the country, according to the Ministry of Employment and Labour.
Cornerstone OnDemand’s new research highlights the importance of organisations improving the skills of their people in order to face future challenges.
Over 100 CHROs attended CHRO Online Singapore, which shared insights on how organisations can identify workforce capabilities and fostering workplace resilience.
Emma O’Dell, Director of Client Capability, BPP, shares some insights on how organisations can identify capability needs.
Manufacturing, the largest contributor to the country's GDP, will play a big role in economic recovery, and government support will be key.
Select HR candidates can take an accelerated path, depending on which qualification track they are on.
At CHRO Online Singapore, speakers from BPP, Achievers and ADP will examine the challenges and opportunities facing organisations in 2021.
Cambodia has asked Singapore for more support in the technical and vocational education and training (TVET) sector.
Between April to early November, over 7,000 jobseekers have been placed into jobs, traineeships and attachments in the ICT sector.
Reskilling and retraining workers will be key as the workforce continues to be reshaped in the face of transformation.
Emma O’Dell, Director of Client Capability, BPP, explains how BPP’s organisational capability approach is helping their clients identify skills gaps and develop their people.
Workforces need to focus on upskilling business skills such as communication and leadership, says Skillsoft.
HCMC Party Chief hopes South Korea will provide support in HR training in IT, AI, healthcare, tourism, urban management, automation and logistics.
The move is a bid to raise employment numbers among foreign graduates in the country.